Eating well is important, because your eating habits have a direct impact on the way you feel and look. Exercising is also important, but if you do the same exercise every day, you will never carve your abs. you can do crunches, sit-ups, and planks, but these are not the only exercises out there, you know…
Try some new moves, and bring your workout to an optimal level. We give you a few nice options, so make sure you find what works best for your stamina.
Your abdomen is super-complex, and toning it can be quite challenging. This part of your body supports your spine and your upper body in general. Targeting a few muscle groups won’t help you, so try to work on every bit of it.
We’ve created the perfect workout, and it consists of three different circuits. Be careful, there is no rest between the sets, so get ready to feel the real power.
This is important, because your body will be switched into a full weight-loss mode. Losing weight is important, because abs are never visible under a thick layer of fat.
All you have to do is “attach” one of the circuits to the end of your workout, and make sure you employ a different circuit every day. Do one set of each exercise, then rest for a minute after the last hit.
Do another repetition. For optimal results, increase the number of circuits after two weeks. You should do three circuits after week 3, 4 circuits in week 4, and reach for 5 circuits in week 5. Sounds tough, right? Well, nice abs don’t come overnight.
Hanging leg raise
Repetitions: 8-12 Rest: 0 sec.
Hanging from a pull-up bar can do the trick, and make sure you keep your palms facing forward. Contract your abdominal muscles, and elevate your legs to reach for the bar. Do this quickly, and your move should resemble a kicking motion. Keep your eyes on the descent.
Ab wheel rollout
Repetitions: 8-15 Rest: 0 sec.
Set your body in a kneeling position and hold your hands onto an ab wheel in front of you. Place the wheel directly under your shoulders. Role forward until it feels like you will lose the tension in your core, then pull back.
Repetitions: 0-12 Rest: 60 sec.
Lay on a back extension bench, and keep your legs locked in a place. The pad should be right under your hips. Bend your upper body forward, but be careful, your back shouldn’t be rounded. Extend your hips until you straighten the torso.
Repetitions: 8-10 (each side) Rest: 0 sec.
Stick the end of your barbell into a corner. You can wrap it in a towel to protect the walls. Hold the opposite end with both hands. Swing it to the left, and lower it to your hips. Swing it to the right. Roll the body back once you feel as if you are about to lose the tension in your core.
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